Working Bibliography for Non-Equilibrium Human Ecology

Abel, T. and J. R. Stepp 2003. A new ecosystems ecology for anthropology. Conservation Ecology. 7:12.

Adger, W. N. 2000. Social and ecological resilience: Are they related? Progress in Human Geography. 24:347-364.

Balée, W. 2006. The Research Program of Historical Ecology. Annual Review of Anthropology. 35:75-98.

Biersack, A 1999. Introduction: From the "New Ecology" to the New Ecologies. American Anthropologist. vol 101, no 1, pp5-18

BurnSilver, S. B., R. B. Boone, and K. A. Galvin. 2003. Linking Pastoralists to a Heterogeneous Landscape. In People and the Environment: Approaches for Linking Household and Community Surveys to Remote Sensing and GIS, edited by J. Fox, R. R. Rindfuss, S. J. Walsh and V. Mishra, pp. 173-199. New York: Springer.

Dove, M. R. 2001. Interdisciplinary Borrowing and the Critique of Modern Science. In New Directions in Anthropology and Environment: Intersections. Pp. 90-110. C. L. Crumley, ed. Walnut Creek, CA: Alta Mira Press.

Falvo, D., 2000. On Modeling Balinese Water Temple Networks as Complex Adaptive Systems. Human Ecology. 28: 641-649.

Fiedler, P. L., P. S. White, and R. A. Leidy. 2001. "The Paradigm Shift in Ecology and its Implications for Conservation," in The Ecological Basis of Conservation: Heterogeneity, Ecosystems, and Biodiversity. Edited by R. S. O. S.T.A. Pickett, M. Shachak, and G.E. Likens, pp. 83-92. New York: Chapman and Hall.

Galvin, K.A., R.S.Reid, R.H.Behnke and N.T. Hobbs, eds. 2008. Fragmentation of Semi-Arid and Arid Landscapes. Consequences for Human and Natural Systems, Springer, Dorthecht, The Netherlands.

Gillson, L., and M. T. Hoffman. 2007. Rangeland Ecology in a Changing World. Science. 315 (5808):53-54.

Hobbs, N.T. , K.A. Galvin, C.J. Stokes, J. M. Lackett, AJ Ash, R. B Boone, R.S. Reid and P.K. Thornton. 2008. Fragmentation of Rangelands: Implications for Humans, Animals and Landscapes. Global Environmental Change. 18(4):776-785. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2008.07.011

Huber-Sannwald, E., F. T. Maestre, J. E. Herrick, and J. F. Reynolds. 2006. Ecohydrological Feedbacks and Linkages Associated with Land Degradation: A Case Study from Mexico. Hydrological Processes. 20(15):3395-3411.

Lansing, J.S. 1999. System-dependent selection, ecological feedback and the emergence of functional structure in ecosystems. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 192:377-391.

Lansing, J.S. 2003. Complex Adaptive Systems. Annual Review of Anthropology. 32:183-204.

Lansing, J.S. Perfect Order: Recognizing Complexity in Bali. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

McAllister, R. R. J., I. J. Gordon, M. A. Janssen, and N. Abel. 2006. Pastoralists' Responses to Variation of Rangeland Resources in Time and Space. Ecological Applications. 16 (2):572-583.

McCabe, J. T. 2004. Cattle Bring Us to our Enemies: Turkana Ecology History and Raiding in a Disequilibrium System. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Meze-Hausken, E. 2000. Migration Caused by Climate Change: How Vulnerable Are People Inn Dryland Areas? Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 5 (4):379-406.

Meze-Hausken, E. 2008. On the (Im-)Possibilities of Defining Human Climate Thresholds. Climatic Change. 89 (3-4):299-324.

Moritz, M. 2008. Competing Paradigms in Pastoral Development? A Perspective from the Far North of Cameroon. World Development. 36 (11):2243-2254.

Reynolds, J. F., D. M. Stafford Smith, E. F. Lambin, B. L. Turner, M. Mortimore, S. P. J. Batterbury, T. E. Downing, H. Dowlatabadi, R. J. Fernandez, J. E. Herrick, E. Huber-Sannwald, H. Jiang, R. Leemans, T. Lynam, F. T. Maestre, M. Ayarza, and B. Walker. 2007. Global Desertification: Building a Science for Dryland Development. Science 316 (5826):847-851.

Scoones, I. 1999. New Ecology and the Social Sciences: What Prospects for a Fruitful Engagement? Annual Review of Anthropology 28:479-507.

Vayda, A.P. 2008. Causal Explanation as a Research Goal: A Pragmatic View. In Against the Grain: The Vayda Tradition in Human Ecology and Ecological Anthropology, edited by B. B. Walters, B. J. McCay, P. West and S. H. Lees. Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press.

Wallington, T. J., R. J Hobbs, and S. A. Moore. 2005. Implications of current ecological thinking for biodiversity conservation: A review of the salient issues. Ecology and Society. 10:15.

Walters, B.B., and A.P. Vayda. 2009. Event ecology, causal historical analysis and human-environment research. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. (in press).

Zimmerer, K. S. 1994. Human geography and the "new ecology": The prospect and promise of integration. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 84:108-125.

Zimmerer, K. S. 2000. The reworking of conservation geographies: Nonequilibrium landscapes and nature-society hybrids. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 90:356-369.